The Ducks announced today that they signed left wing Brad May to a two-year contract. Per club policy, financial terms were not disclosed.
May, 35 (11/29/71), played in 24 games during the 2006-07 regular season between Anaheim and Colorado, scoring 0-4=4 points with 21 penalty minutes (PIM). In 14 regular season games with Anaheim, the Toronto, Ontario native recorded 0-1=1 point with 13 PIM after being acquired from Colorado on Feb. 27 in exchange for Michael Wall. In 18 playoff games with the Ducks, May scored 0-1=1 point with 28 PIM.
May also played in 10 games with Colorado last season, scoring 0-3=3 points. The 6-1, 220-pound forward missed the first 53 games of the season with a shoulder injury, returning to action Feb. 8 vs. Atlanta. May has appeared in 882 career NHL games, scoring 123-153=276 points with 2,040 penalty minutes (PIM). He has also played in 82 career playoff games, scoring 4-9=13 points with 108 PIM.
May was drafted by Buffalo in the first round (14th overall) of the 1990 NHL Entry Draft. He played with Buffalo from 1991-1998 before being traded to Vancouver on Feb. 4, 1998, with Buffalo’s third-round draft pick in the 1999 NHL Entry Draft in exchange for Geoff Sanderson. May had two stints with the Canucks (1998-2000 & 2002-2004) and played three seasons in Phoenix from 2000 to 2002. May signed with Colorado as a free agent on Aug. 5, 2005.